Phenylephrine Coupon and Discount

Our Phenylephrine coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Phenylephrine is a prescription drug that treats sinusitis and bronchitis. The original cash price of Phenylephrine is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Phenylephrine coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Phenylephrine.
Phenylephrine Overview
Drug Name: Phenylephrine
Brand Name(s): Dimetapp Cold Drops, Nasop, Nasop 12, Sudafed PE, Sudogest PE
Drug Class: Phenethylamine class
Treats: Sinusitis, bronchitis

Phenylephrine is a selective adrenergic receptor agonist and is a part of the phenethylamine class. Phenylephrine is used as decongestant for the temporary relief of stuffy nose, ear symptoms, sinus and ear infections and some breathing problems like sinusitis and bronchitis. The fundamental process of phenylephrine is that it reduces the swelling in the nose and ears. This makes the breathing process much easier and helps the patient feel better.

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    Phenylephrine Coupon
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  • Phenylephrine Uses

    Phenylephrine is used for treating problems like stuffy nose, ear infections, various breathing problems like sinusitis and bronchitis. Phenylephrine can be used for the decrease in heart rate through reflex bradycardia. Phenylephrine can also be used to dilate pupils during medical procedures. It is also sometimes used to treat hemorrhoids. Phenylephrine may be given to counteract the effects of erectile dysfunction drugs. Phenylephrine should not be given to children to make them sleep. Below you will find the uses of phenylephrine.

    • Congestion
    • Hemorrhoids
  • Phenylephrine Dosage

    Phenylephrine is available in the form of liquid and as well as chewable tablets. You can take this medicine through mouth with or without food. You might suffer from stomach upset if you take phenylephrine without food. If you experience any stomach upset, you should take the Phenylephrine with food. If in case, you are taking the liquid then ensure that you measure the medicine with the provided measuring equipment. In case you are taking the chewable tablet, then make sure that you chew each tablet completely before swallowing the phenylephrine. Below you will find a typical dosage of phenylephrine.

    • Liquid: 15 mL taken every 6 hours. No more than 60 mL should be taken daily
    • Tablet: 10 mg every 4-6 hours. No more than 4 doses daily
    • Disintegrating strip: one 10 mg strip every 4 hours, no more than 6 daily
    • Chewable tablet: 10-20 mg every 12 hours
  • Phenylephrine Side Effects

    There may be various side effects that occur during the intake of phenylephrine. If you take it without food then you might suffer from upset stomach. If you experience severe or persistent side effects, contact your doctor. Below you will find a list of side effects associated with phenylephrine. Note that not all possible side effects are listed.

    • Headache
    • Lightheadedness
    • Nervousness
    • Fast heartbeat
    • Shaking
    • Problems urinating
    • Irregular heartbeat
  • Phenylephrine Interactions

    Like any drug, phenylephrine may interact with other drugs and substances. Never stop, start or change any drug before checking with the doctor. Let your doctor know if you have or have a history of type 2 diabetes, heart disease or high blood pressure. Make sure that you keep the details of all the medications that you are taking and present it to the doctor while you go for the treatment. Below you will find a list of drugs that may interact with phenylephrine. Note that not all possible interactions are listed.